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Shakespeare: On the Shakespeare Trail

Trailers are everywhere. No longer only in the movie theatre, they fill our televisions and are all over the web. One major area of Shakespeare marketing that Shakespeare...

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Science and Technology

Evangelizing through Film and Television with Doug Tooke

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Doug Tooke to talk about the role of filmmaking and television in evangelization. Doug is the Vice President for Ministry...

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Art and History

Notre Dame London Global Gateway and partners launch year-long exploration of Shakespeare

The Notre Dame London Global Gateway, along with partners from the United Kingdom and the University of Notre Dame campus, is launching a year-long exploration of Shakespeare....

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Business

Pete Bevacqua ’93, Chairman, NBC Sports Group, and Jack Swarbrick

Pete Bevacqua, Chairman, NBC Sports Group, sits down with Jack Swarbrick, to discuss the future of Media and Sports. Indi Jackson will make a special guest appearance during the...

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Health and Society

On ‘A Dangerous Idea’ and Documentary Filmmaking

Stephanie Welch is the director of the documentary A Dangerous Idea: Eugenics, Genetics, and the American Dream. In September, she visited Notre Dame’s DeBartolo Performing...

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Art and History

A Conversation with Mike Schur: “Can Television Make Us Better People?”

Mike Schur — the creator of the philosophy-focused NBC comedy The Good Place as well as Parks and Recreation and Brooklyn Nine-Nine — came to Notre Dame to meet with...

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Art and History

On (TV) Comedies and Not Messing With the Magic

Except this time, host Ted Fox and his guest do something a little different: a live show during the University’s annual Reunion weekend. An Emmy award-winning movie producer,...

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Art and History

Dare to Let the Arts Transform You

Sam Jackson began his theatre career at his high school, where he became heavily involved with the arts by both directing and acting in a variety of plays. At Notre Dame, he...

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Art and History

Broadcasting the Bicentennial Birthday Bash: History, Myth, and Ideology in Television’s Celebration of 1776

Accompanied by rare clips from the prestigious Peabody Awards Collection, this presentation analyzes how television programming from across the United States in 1976 celebrated...

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